Comedy Festival Takes Aim at Bullying

Comedy Festival Takes Aim at Bullying

By Sarah Klein

The Winnipeg Comedy Festival will use laughter in the fight against bullying during an upcoming panel discussion on Sunday.

“Make It Better” is a newly-launched comedic discussion focusing on bullying and anti-bullying strategies, featuring insights from the likes of Scott Thompson, Elvira Kurt, Darcy Michael, Chantel Marostica, Sherri D. Sutton, and Marcie Fehr.

A free hour-long event begins at 1:15 p.m. at the Gas Station Theatre.

The Winnipeg Comedy Festival wraps up April 15.

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